Public Lecture by Prof. Wulf Daseking, Head of Urban Planning, City of Freiburg followed by discussion (Friday 16 March 4pm – 6pm Peak Lecture Theatre , Sheffield Hallam University)
Freiberg in South Germany is often cited as Europe’s ‘greenest city’ for sustainability with extensive low-energy housing, a strong commitment to use of renewable energy and very high use of public transport, walking and cycling built from a compact, city with a beautiful historic core. It also enjoys a very strong economy based in part on solar power and an enviable quality of life which attracts talented people to study and work. How has this been achieved and what can business and local government in the Sheffield Region learn from it?
Wulf Daseking has been the Head of Urban Planning for the City of Freiburg since 1984 and is a key figure in shaping the city. He is also an…
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